Aluminium systems company Reynaers has surveyed more than 100 architectural professionals to gain a view of technology’s impact on work practices, client relationships and building design.
The pace of innovative design technologies in architecture and specification has never been faster. To get a barometer of how things are progressing, Reynaers has invested in a brand new research project, which takes an in-depth look at what the future of architecture will be like.
The white paper is called The View – Design Transformed and is available for free from Reynaers’ website.
Marketing manager Rebecca Cope said:
“We are invested in the future of building design, whether it’s our ongoing commitment to cutting-edge design in our glazing solutions or keeping ahead of the game with technological advancement in the industry.
“Technology for technology’s sake is useless if it doesn’t benefit those using it, but we at Reynaers are paving the way for those who can really capitalise on the positive impact of new and emerging innovations.
“Covering all the latest trends in Virtual Reality, the future of BIM and changing attitudes to the role of technology in architecture, The View – Design Transformed is not to be missed.”
For more than 50 years, Reynaers Aluminium has been designing cutting-edge glazing solutions for some of the most iconic buildings in the world. Engineered without compromise, its range of aluminium windows, doors and curtain wall systems have been specified time and again by the world’s leading architects and construction companies.
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